Turning your basement into a finished space is always being a fantastic idea; however it’s rather confusing to get started. Here are five creative basement ceiling ideas to help you start planning your new basement. The good news; they are all affordable and you can do it easily by yourself!
Suspended Ceilings – Suspended ceilings are one of the most popular basement ceilings. Consisting of a simple grid and lightweight tiles or panels, a suspended ceiling conveniently covers exposed beams, ductwork and electrical wiring, while allowing easy access for maintenance. Today’s suspended ceilings offer sophisticated looks in both black and white with 3-D profiles. The clean, bright appeal of classic white tiles works well in workout rooms and playrooms since the white panels offer a higher light reflectance.
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Wood Ceilings – Go from drab to fab with these creative basement ceiling ideas for the home or business office. Create a stylish atmosphere with the dark, luxurious looks of walnut in WoodHaven planks. If you prefer a more relaxed work space, Country Classic planks blend well with a rustic theme. Country Classic comes in white, but you can paint or stain the planks to match any décor.
Metal or Black Ceiling Tiles – One of the hottest basement remodeling ideas is to convert unused basement space into a spectacular home theater or media room. You might want to re-create the look of an old movie palace with the help of a Metallaire Decorative Ceiling. Choose a copper or brass finish or paint tiles in a flat, dark color that won’t reflect a lot of light. For a more upscale, contemporary look, consider HomeStyle Fine Fissured black ceiling tiles, which look elegant and absorb up to 60 percent of sounds that strike their surface – perfect for late-night screenings with family and friends.
Unique Ceiling Looks – Man caves or “mom” caves are popular retreats within the home where individuals can relax and enjoy “me” time. For a unique space that reflects your personality, consider painting ceiling tiles your favorite shade – like this Metallaire Hammered Border in a vibrant red. You might choose to “Zen out” under these coffered ceiling panels in sleek black or create a “beach-y” theme with WoodHaven weathered ceiling planks.
Country Ceiling Looks – Even though your guest room is in the basement, you can still make visitors feel right at home with a bright space that looks inviting and comfortable. Beveled tongue & groove ceiling planks in Woodhaven White Wash or a bead board ceiling in pristine white both bring a cozy, vintage look to a basement guest room.
The greatest basement ceiling ideas will complete your basement’s look. Completing a basement will not only give your family a place to gather or provide an extra room for hobbies, laundry and many other purposes, but will also add value to your home.